Important dates and key figures

  • 1991
    Creation of the École Nationale Supérieure en Génie des Technologies industrielles with the speciality “Process Engineering”
  • 1993
    Construction of the building “Ferry”
  • 1996
    The ENSGTI joins the Fédération Gay-Lussac
  • 1998
    Construction of the technological building
  • 2008
    Creation of the speciality “Energy Engineering”
    Master’s of MBA (Master of Business Administration ), double degree programme
  • 2010
    The Commission des Titres d’Ingénieurs (CTI) – a French engineering accreditation institution – renews for a further 6 years the ENSGTI authorization to award the French Diplôme d’Ingénieur (engineering degree) in these 2 specialities. Thus, the EURACE label is awarded to the School
  • 2011
    The ENSGTI joins the The Conférence des Grandes Écoles (French national institution)
    The LaTEP laboratory is attached to the ENSGTI
    First year to graduate in “Energy Engineering”
    Double degree programme with Brazil
    Possibility to take classes at the ENSCBP (École nationale supérieure de chimie, de biologie et de physique)
  • 2012
    Establishment of the conseil de perfectionnement (development council) and the conseil scientifique et technologique (science and technology council)
  • 2013
    Jacques Mercadier (headmaster of the ENSGTI) is chairman of the Fédération Gay Lussac
    The ENSGTI becomes a member of the Bordeaux INP group
  • 2014
    Creation of a Classe Préparatoire Intégrée (CPI) «Gay Lussac» in Pau
    The ENSGTI appoints a « référente égalité homme-femme » (in charge of gender equality)
  • 2015
    Jacques Mercadier is chairman of the Club des Grandes Écoles d’Aquitaine
    The ENSGTI training courses are certified to ISO 9001

Key figures

2200 m² in the service of education
3 years of study   
 4 training programmes
240 engineering students   
 24 university lecturers and researchers
1 attached laboratory   
 12 months of professional experience over the 3-year programme
40 partners in over 20 pays